Section 1: General Information

1.1 About This Manual 
This CLSS Pathway Installation and Operation Manual provides detailed procedures for the installation, commissioning, and troubleshooting the CLSS Pathway communicator.
The manual describes:

  • the CLSS Pathway communicator,
  • its installation environment,
  •  mounting and connecting the device
  • initial configurations, and
  •  troubleshooting
    Using This Manual
    This manual is written with the understanding that the user is trained in the operations and services required for this product.
    Honeywell reserves the right to modify and revise this manual without notice.
    Usages
    In this manual, product name usages are as below:
  • The CLSS Pathway may also be referred to as the communicator
  • The Connected Life Safety Services Mobile App may also be referred as the CLSS App

1.2 Information Sources
Honeywell offers suitable information sources based on informational requirements.
1.2.1 Training Modules
Training modules are available when logged onto: https://fire.honeywell.com/#/help-videos
1.2.2 Related Documents
The table below lists documents related with the CLSS Pathway:

Product Type: CLSS Pathway
For This Purpose …Refer to …
Install and wire the CLSS Pathway inside an enclosureCLSS Pathway – Product Installation Document
P/N: LS10338-000HW-E
Quickly install and configure for the central station communicationCLSS Pathway – Quick Start Guide
P/N: LS10339-000HW-E
Use various installation and configuration optionsCLSS Pathway – Installation and Operation Manual (This document) P/N: LS10340-000HW-E

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1.4 Revision History

Table 1.1: Dates and Changes

DateChange Details
Rev. A
September 30, 2021First release of the document.

1.5 Agency Listings and Approvals
These listings and approvals apply only to the module specified in this document. In some cases, the listing may be in process.
UL
ETL No. 5013005, conforms to the following UL standards:

  • UL864 – Control Units and Accessories for Fire Alarm Systems FCC Statements (USA)
FC ICON

This equipment complies with FCC rules Part 15, FCC registration No. XMR201707BG96 and operation is subject to the following conditions:

  1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
  2. This device must accept any interference received

1.6 Limited Liability
The user agrees that despite the Device could reduce the risk of fire, or other dangers, it does not guarantee against such events. Honeywell will not take any responsibility regarding personal, property or revenue loss while using the Device. Honeywell’s responsibility according to local laws does not exceed the value of the purchased system. Honeywell is not affiliated with GSM operators providing cellular services, therefore is not responsible for network services, coverage, or its operation.

1.7 Manufacturer Warranty
The Device carries a non-transferable hardware limited warranty by the manufacturer. This warranty does not cover any postal or labor costs for the removal and re-installation of the Device. This warranty does not cover any subscriber agreements or failure of services provided under the terms of such subscriber agreements, or failure of cellular, GPRS, LAN, or other related network functions and services.
The warranty is not valid if the device has been modified or used in a manner contrary to its intended purpose and does not cover damage to the Device caused by installation or removal of the Device or any of its components. This warranty is voided if the Device has been damaged by improper maintenance, SIM card removal, accident or unreasonable use, negligence, acts of God, neglect, improper service, or other causes not arising out of defect in materials or construction. This warranty does not cover the elimination of externally generated static or noise, or the correction of antenna problems or weak signal reception, damage to software, accessories or alarm system external components, cosmetic damage or damage due to negligence, misuse, abuse, failure to follow operating instructions, accidental spills or customer applied cleaners, damage due to environmental causes such as floods, airborne fallout, chemicals, salt, hail, windstorms, moisture, lightning or extreme temperatures, damage due to fire, theft, loss or vandalism, damage due to improper storage and connection to equipment of another manufacturer, modification of existing equipment, faulty installation or short circuit.
Honeywell will not be liable in any event of incidental, special or consequential damages (including loss of profits), and the Client shall have no claim against Honeywell for termination of contracts, indemnification, compensation for loss of customers, loss of profits, prospective profits, distribution rights, market share, goodwill, investments made or any similar losses that may result from any faults in the operation of the Device and the services provided by Honeywell.

1.8 Safety Instructions

  • A qualified technician must check this device, once a year.
  • The HW-AV-LTE-M device contains a radio transceiver operating in the LTE CAT-M1 band.
  • Do not use the Device with medical devices, in places or where it could interfere with other devices and cause any potential danger.
  • Do not expose the Device to high humidity, chemical environment, or mechanical impacts.
  • Do not use the Device in a hazardous environment. Do not store or install the Device in overheated, dusty, wet or overcooled places.
  • The Device is mounted in limited access areas. Any system repairs must be done only by qualified, safety-aware personnel. Do not disassemble or refit the Device. Do not attempt to personally repair it.
  • Main power must be disconnected before any installation or tuning work starts. The device installation or maintenance must not be done during stormy conditions.
  • The device must be powered by DC 12-29V power supply.
  • Blown fuses or any other components of the Device must not be replaced by the user.
  • Keep the Device dry. Any liquid, i.e., rain, or moisture, may destroy or damage the inside circuitry.
  • Handle carefully. Do not vibrate or shake it violently.
  • Do not clean it with chemicals or detergent.
  • Please read the user manual carefully before installation and operation of the Device. Otherwise, it may not work properly or be damaged.

1.9 Technical Support
For support in the USA contact Honeywell Technical Support at:

Honeywell International Inc.
12 Clintonville Rd.
Northford, CT 06472
(203)-484-7161

1.10 Disclaimer
Images in the document are for reference purposes only and are subject to change. All trademarks, service marks, word marks, design marks, and logos are the property of their respective owners.

Section 2: Overview

The CLSS Pathway (HW-AV-LTE-M) is a dual-path cellular communicator, which runs on 24-volt power from its panel. It supports both AT&T and Verizon LTE networks and uses any of them with a stronger signal. It transmits Contact ID data from its fire panel to the panel’s central monitoring station.

2.1 Operational Modes
The communicator can operate in one of the following modes:

  • Dialer Capture Mode: Gets contact ID data from the panel’s dialer interface.
    The panel: Connects to the telephone ports.
  • Dry Contact Relay Monitor Mode: Monitors the dry contact relay outputs.
    The panel: Connects to the dry contact relay terminals.

2.1.1 Working with a Central Monitoring Station
In a sole-path connection, it uses the default cellular connection only.
The communicator has dual SIMs to support AT&T and Verizon cellular connections.
Between these two, the cellular connection with stronger signal strength takes care of the data transmissions.
In a dual-path connection, it can use both cellulars as well as LAN connections. The LAN will be the primary communication path and the cellular connection will be the backup connection.

2.2 Main Features

  • Universal Panel Compatibility
  • Dial capture interface supporting the Contact ID
  • Exceptional Redundancy
  •  Dual-SIM device
  • Connection monitoring
  •  Adjustable fault reporting time
  •  High reliability due to multiple transmission channels
  •  LTE CAT-M1/LAN and redundant servers
  • The CLSS Site Manager
  •  Web-based application for device configurations, administration, and remote firmware updates
  • The Connected Life Safety Services App
  •  Supports alarm, events, and email notifications
  • Can use sole path (Cellular only) or dual path (Cellular as well as LAN)
  • Optional four inputs for monitoring Fire Alarm Panel dry contact relays
  • 24V auxiliary constant power directly from the panel

Specifications

Table 2.1: CLSS Pathway Specifications 

Operational Requirements
Supply Voltage+12V to +29V DC
CurrentStandby: 60mA
Peak: 200mA
FrequencyLTE CAT-M1 700/850/1700/1900/2100 MHz
GSM ProvidersAT&T, Verizon, or other networks available in the area
Physical Characteristics
Dimensions2.48” x 3.54” x 1.26”
Weight2.56 oz without antenna
Room Conditions
Temperature0°C to 49°C (32°F to 120°F)
Relative humidity1% to 85% | Non-condensing

2.4 CLSS Pathway Parts

Part NamePart Number
CLSS PathwayHoneywell HW AV LTE M Dual Path Cellular and IP CommunicatorHW-AV-LTE-M
Enclosure with mounting plateHW-AV-ENC

Section 3: Security Recommendations 

3.1         For Users
An administrator should:

  • Regularly review the user roles and permissions for a CLSS account
  • Immediately remove users who should no longer have access to CLSS A technician should:
  • Use discretion to allow or deny a location access request.
  • Disconnect the CLSS App from the CLSS Gateway, once the required activity is
  • Turn OFF the location access in the CLSS App’s Security Settings, when location access is not

3.2 Potential Risks
Security threats applicable to networked systems include unauthorized access, communication snooping, viruses, and other malicious software agents.
Unauthorized Access
Unauthorized access results from unsecured user name and password, uncontrolled access to the equipment, or uncontrolled and unsecured access to the network.
It results in the following:

  • Loss of system availability
  • Incorrect execution of controls causing damage to the equipment
  • Incorrect operation, spurious alarms, or both
  • Theft or damage to the contents of the system
  • Capture and modification or deletion of data causing possible liability to the installation Site and Honeywell

User Access and Passwords
Observe the following good practices:

  • Ensure physical security of passwords. Avoid writing user names and passwords where they can be seen by unauthorized personnel.
  • Ensure that passwords contain characters, numbers, and a mix of lower and uppercase letters.
  • Passwords should be complex and not easily guessed; and, should not contain phrases used in common speech.
  • Do not use personally identifiable information as a password, such as social security numbers, addresses, and birth dates.
  • Set the minimum level of access for each user.
  • Do not provide users with privileges that they do not need.
  • Periodically audit user accounts and remove any that are no longer required.

Memory Media

  • Use only authorized removable media.
  • Use up-to-date anti-virus software to scan the removable media and check for viruses and malware.
  • Ensure that the memory media is not used for other purposes to avoid risk of infection.
  •  Control access to media containing backups to avoid the risk of tampering.

Software and Firmware Updates
System software and firmware updates may be offered from time to time.
Ensure that your local representative:

  • Has the up-to-date contact details, and
  • Periodically visits the Honeywell website for up-to-date product information

Viruses and Other Malicious Software Agents Malicious Software includes the following:

  • Viruses
  • Spyware
  • Worms
  • Trojans

These may be present in a computer using a Monitoring Station Software or in a USB pen drive, which is used to copy data to the computer.
The intrusion of malicious software agents can result in performance degradation, loss of system availability, and the capture, modification, or deletion of data — including configuration and device logs.
USB devices from other infected systems on the network or malicious Internet sites can also transfer viruses.

Network and Firewall Setup
Inbound (In) Port: The port another computer uses to access a gateway functionality. An application on the gateway will be actively listening on this port for client connections. Outbound (Out) Port: The gateway uses outbound ports to connect to the Internet or CLSS Site Manager. The Cloud services in the CLSS Site Manager will be listening on these ports waiting for a connection from the gateway. By default, block all inbound and outbound connections and allow only the ports listed in the below table:

Port NumberTypeIN/OUTPurpose/Remarks
443HTTPS – TCPBidirectionalNOC APIs communications with a Supplier Cloud and CLSS Site Manager
1433TCPBidirectionalNOC Server and SQL DB private network-based communications
9000TCPBidirectionalPathway devices and NOC communications
9000UDPBidirectionalPathway devices and NOC heartbeat communications
6000 – 6030TCPBidirectionalMonitoring station and NOC communications

The CLSS Pathway device sends alarms to CLSS Site Manager, using the below endpoints:

RegionAll End-points
West US•  https://fireclssnocwus.honeywell.com/clssnocalarmrcvr/
•  https://fireclssnocwus.honeywell.com/clssnocapisrv/
East US•  https://fireclssnoceus.honeywell.com/clssnocalarmrcvr/
•  https://fireclssnoceus.honeywell.com/clssnocapisrv/

Securing the Monitoring Stations

  • Good security practices should be observed on the Monitoring Station PCs.
  • Operating systems and software should be kept up to date by installing the manufacturer’s updates, as well as maintaining up-to-date anti-virus software on all computers,  which may be connected directly or via a network.
  • For monitoring stations, it is recommended to use a secure VPN channel, which must be placed behind the firewall.
  • It is suggested to use a hardware receiver as an adapter at the monitoring station.
  • For the CLSS Pathway devices, it is recommended to use a secure private network, and keep them behind the firewall.
  • Only authorized personnel should get access to the private network.
  • Best industry standards should be followed while configuring the firewall policies.
  • Devices should be safely installed in the secure zone and they must be out of reach to unauthorized personnel.
  • Ensure that the computers are regularly scanned for viruses.
  • Only install files and software from trusted sources and use only them on associated computers to avoid malicious software.
  • Use only authorized removable media. For example, use CD, DVD, external hard drives, or USB memory sticks, which have been scanned using up-to-date anti-virus software.
Honeywell HW AV LTE M Dual Path Cellular and IP Communicator - fig 1

Section 4: Central Station Communications

As per the settings in CLSS Site Manager and CLSS App, the CLSS Pathway sends events from a panel to a specified Central Monitoring Station.

4.1 Prerequisites

  1. The organization’s administrator configuring CLSS Site Manager requires a CLSS account
  2.  A technician installing the CLSS Pathway requires a CLSS account
  3.  The CLSS Site Manager should already have details of the Customer, Site, and Building
  4. Central station details such as its account number, DNIS number, and prefix number should be available
  5. Serial number and the configuration key of the CLSS Pathway. (Available on the Quick Start Guide.)

4.2 Receiving a CLSS Account for Your Organization
Configuring the CLSS Pathway requires a CLSS account. If you already have the CLSS account, then proceed to section 4.3, “Assigning the Device to a Customer”.
If You Do Not Yet Have a CLSS Account. Your organization’s Administrator* should visit fire.honeywell.com or scan the QR code below for instructions to request a CLSS Account:

Honeywell HW AV LTE M Dual Path Cellular and IP Communicator - fig 2

http://fire.honeywell.com/#/signup

* That Administrator is someone who can sign on behalf of the organization.
Using the CLSS account received, the Administrator should add customers and employees in CLSS Site Manager. Refer to the help section of CLSS Site Manager for more information.

4.3 Assigning the Device to a Customer
Associate your device with a CLSS Site and Building for your Customer.

  1. Log into the CLSS mobile App.
  2. Tap the three dots at the top-right corner of the dashboard
  3. Tap Install Dialer Capture.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions.

4.4 Configuring the Central Station Alerting
A. Add a Central Station to Your CLSS Account The organization’s Administrator should do this one-time task for each central station associated with the panel.

  1. Log onto CLSS Site Manager: fire.honeywell.com
  2. Click your profile icon at the top-right corner and select External Accounts.
  3. Click ADD NEW at the Central Stations section in the External Accounts page.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions.

B. Assign a Central Station Account to the Device Provide the central station account details associated with the specific site.

  1. Log onto CLSS Site Manager: fire.honeywell.com
  2. Navigate to the Customer > Site, where the device is installed.
  3. Click the Feature Activation icon at the bottom of the left sidebar.
  4. Click the CLSS Pathway section at the left.
  5. Click on your CLSS Pathway communicator in the list.
  6.  Click Configure Central Station Alerting in the details view.
  7. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Section 5: Mounting and Wiring

Mounting the communicator should take place within a UL-listed Honeywell enclosure, such as HW-AV-ENC.

NOTE: For UL installations, the communicator must be mechanically secured to a ULlisted enclosure, such as a UL-listed junction box.

5.1 Prerequisites

  1. Know whether to install CLSS Pathway for dialer capture or for panel relay monitoring
  2. Know whether to install the CLSS Pathway for dialer capture with LAN (dual-path communications) or without LAN (sole path)
  3.  The panel should be programmed to support the CLSS Pathway

5.2 Programming the Connected Panel
The program is according to the panel’s programming document.

  • Enabling the PSTN dialer of the panel
  • Selecting the DTMF mode (for tone dialing)
  • Selecting the Contact ID communication format
  • Providing any telephone number for dialing. Ex: 999999
  • Entering the 4-digit account number
    NOTE: If the panel has two central stations at two locations, program each account identically.

5.3 Before Mounting

  • Inform the central monitoring station to put your CLSS Account on test.
  • If installing on an existing operational panel, inform the operator and the local authority that the panel will be temporarily out of service.
  • Ensure that the panel is powered down.

5.4 Important

  • Check that you have the communicator, 3-ft antenna, and the Quick Start Guide from the carton box.
  • Only a regulated UL-listed UOJZ, UTOU, or NBSX control panel or power supply should power the communicator.
  • The communicator must be connected to a UL-listed control panel with power-limited circuits.
  • For UL installations, secure the communicator to a UL-listed enclosure, such as a listed junction box.
  • Install the communicator only at a dry indoor location.
  • The location and wiring methods must be in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
  • Install in accordance with the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code, NFPA 72.
  • Mount the communicator inside an enclosure, for example, HW-AV-ENC, as shown in Figure 5.1 below.
  • The enclosure should be close nipple to the fire alarm control panel.

5.5 To Mount the Communicator

  1. In the Quick Start Guide, locate the installation sticker at the bottom right of the last page.
  2. Check that the sticker has the serial number and the configuration key to program the communicator.
  3. Place the sticker on the inside lid of the enclosure for programming steps and for future reference.
  4. Mount the enclosure box on the wall next to the fire panel using the wall mounting holes.
  5. If using the HW-AV-ENC enclosure, mount it onto the two mounting holes as in Figure 5.1 and secure it with the hardware supplied with the enclosure.
  6. For other enclosures, use the communicator box’ mounting flanges as a template to drill holes for appropriate-sized mounting hardware. (Not supplied)
  7. Slide the box onto the mounting studs and secure it with the hex nuts provided in the enclosure kit.

5.6 Installing the Antenna
The antenna comes with an SMA connector, which provides easy connection with the communicator.
IMPORTANT

  • Do not use a damaged antenna with the communicator. Replace the damaged antenna immediately.
  • Use only a manufacturer-approved antenna. Non-approved antennas or modifications could impair service quality, damage the device, and violate FCC regulations.
  • A location below the ground level or a metal structure may impact the network coverage.
  • The antenna should be positioned perpendicularly to the ground, either right side up or upside down.
  • Keep the antenna away from any sources interfering with or blocking the RF signal.
    For example, a metal object may shield the cellular radio RF signal.
  • The antenna should be at least 7.8″ (20 cm) away from people.
  • The antenna must not be co-located or operating with any other antenna or transmitter.
  • Ensure that the panel supplies 24V DC power from its constant power output.

5.6.1 To Connect the Antenna

  1. Route the antenna cable through the small rubber grommet located on the top left side of the enclosure.
  2.  Attach the magnet at the bottom of the antenna onto the top wall of the enclosure.
  3.  Locate the antenna connector on top of the communicator.
  4. Thread the antenna cable ends onto the antenna connector and tighten.
  5. Loop the excess cable length inside the enclosure.
Honeywell HW AV LTE M Dual Path Cellular and IP Communicator - Figure

5.7 Wiring the Communicator
You can wire the communicator either for capturing dialer data from a panel’s dialer interface or for monitoring dry contact relay outputs.
5.7.1 Wiring for Dialer Capture
For dialer capture, you connect both telephone dialer ports of the fire panel with the communicator. If a dual-path connection is needed, connect the LAN port of the CLSS Pathway with the customer’s network router.
Preparations

  • For panel dialer ports with 8-pin RJ type connectors, use an RJ45 connector with the other end as a pigtail.
  • Use only the Pin 4 wire, which is typically Blue with a White stripe, for a RING connection.
  • Use only the Pin 5 wire, which is typically solid Blue, for TIP connection.
  • Cut all other wires.
  • The enclosure should be close nipple to the fire alarm control panel.
  • All wirings must be within a conduit.
  • The terminal strips can accommodate solid or stranded wires with sizes from 14 to 22 AWG.

To Wire the Panel with the Communicator

Panel’s TerminalPanel’s ConnectorConnections at CLSS Pathway
AUX+Connect to +
GNDConnect to –
PRIMARY DIALERRINGConnect to RING
TIPConnect to TIP
BACKUP DIALERRING2Connect to RING2
TIP2Connect to TIP2

 CAUTION: DO NOT USE RESETTABLE POWER TERMINALS.

5.8 Powering ON

  1. Power ON the communicator and the panel.
  2. Ensure that the panel and the communicator are receiving power.
  3. Ensure that the Green LED on the communicator is continuously ON indicating successful connections.
Honeywell HW AV LTE M Dual Path Cellular and IP Communicator - fig 3

5.8.1 Wiring for Dry Contact Relay Outputs
The communicator can be wired to monitor dry contact relay outputs. This wiring is done without connecting to a dialer interface.

 CAUTION: ALL WIRING MUST BE WITHIN A CONDUIT.
 CAUTION: DO NOT USE RESETTABLE POWER TERMINALS.

To Wire for the Dry Contact Relay Outputs

  1. Install a 10K resistor between the communicator ground and its every input.
  2. Connect the panel relay terminals and the communicator as in Figure 5.3.
  3. Ensure that the connections are as in the below table:
Panel’s TerminalConnections at CLSS Pathway
AUXConnect to AUX +
GNDConnect to GND
Trouble Relay OutputConnect to the IN1 port
Fire Alarm Relay OutputConnect to the IN2 port
Supervision Alarm RelayConnect to the IN3 port
Water Flow Relay OutputConnect to the IN4 port
Honeywell HW AV LTE M Dual Path Cellular and IP Communicator - Figure 1

5.8.2 Powering ON

  1. Power ON the communicator and the panel.
  2. Ensure that the panel and the communicator are receiving power.
  3. Ensure that the Green LED on the communicator is continuously ON indicating successful connections.

NOTE: Refer to Section 6: “Troubleshooting” if there is an issue and resolve it.
5.9 Activating the Central Station Communication
 CAUTION: BEFORE ACTIVATING THE CENTRAL STATION COMMUNICATION, CHECK ALL THE CONNECTIONS.

When the CLSS Pathway receives its first event from its panel, it registers itself with CLSS Site Manager and the central monitoring station and then becomes active.
The panel event appearing on CLSS Site Manager confirms that the communicator is activated. You can create a test event on the panel to perform this one-time activation. Tip! You can now check connection results such as the signal strength in the CLSS App.

5.10 For Dual-path Communications

  1. Connect the LAN port of the communicator to the customer’s network.
  2. Observe that the Yellow LED for network connectivity is flashing to indicate a live

Ethernet connection.
5.11 Verifying the Communications
The RJ45 connector LEDs should have the following states:

Yellow LED RJ45 ConnectorIndication
The LED is Constantly ONConnected with good signal
Green LED RJ45 ConnectorIndication
The LED is BlinkingThe cable connection and communication with the router are good.

NOTE: Refer to Section 6: “Troubleshooting” if there is an issue and resolve it.

5.12 Cellular Signal Strength
Once the CLSS Pathway is activated, you can check the signal strength shown on the activation screen in the CLSS App.
NOTE: The signal bar shown is in the RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indicator) rating format. The signal bar is not in the dBm rating!

Signal BarSignal Strength Rating
11 to 9
210 to 15
316 to 23
424 to 31

5.12.1 Improving the Signal Quality
Honeywell recommends that the signal strength rating should be 5 or above for a consistently good connection.
If the signal rating is lower than 5, reposition the antenna, and monitor the signal strength bars in the CLSS App.
If required, contact Honeywell Technical Support.

Section 6: Troubleshooting

CONNECTION TROUBLES
Resolved Status Indication: The Communicator LED starts flashing. Continuous ON indicates a good connection.

LED StatusPossible Cause(s)Corrective Action(s)
OFFThe communicator is not connected to the panel.Ensure that the wirings are as per the wiring diagrams.
The panel is not supplying power.Measure the AUX output of the panel.
The communicator device is damaged.Replace with an undamaged communicator.
Flashing SlowTrying to establish a connection.Reposition the antenna.
No cellular signal is available.
Flashing every 5 secondsLow signal connectivityReposition the antenna.

LAN NETWORK TROUBLES

Resolved Status Indication: The RJ45 connector’s flashing LED indicates data transfer.
Continuous ON indicates a good connection with the panel and router.

LED StatusPossible Cause(s)Corrective Action(s)
Yellow LED
OFFThe LAN cable is not plugged into the communicator.Ensure that the wirings are as per the wiring diagrams.
Measure the AUX output of the panel.
Replace with an undamaged communicator.
Green LED
OFFThe router is not providing an IP via DHCP.Check your DHCP server settings, if DHCP is in use.
There is no Internet access.Use another device in the same network and check your router settings.

EVENT TROUBLES
Resolved Status Indication: The RJ45 connector’s flashing LED indicates data transfer. The Connected Life Safety Services App as well as CLSS Site Manager start receiving events.

TroubleCorrective Action(s)
If no events are received1.     Verify the RING and TIP connections.
✓   Ensure that the RING and TIP terminals are connected to a TELCO ring and tip and not to the R-1/T-1 terminals.
✓   Ensure that there is no connection trouble.
2.  Then, check for communication failure error messages at the panel and fix the error, if any.
3.     Disable the Wait for Dial Tone options in the panel.
Cellular connectivity issues1.     Go to the Device Registration screen in the CLSS App.
2.  Ensure that the signal strength shown on it is at least one to two bars.
3.     Reposition the antenna for higher signal strength.

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Documents / Resources

Honeywell HW-AV-LTE-M Dual Path Cellular and IP Communicator [pdf] Instruction Manual
HW-AV-LTE-M, Dual Path Cellular and IP Communicator, Dual Path Cellular, Cellular, IP Communicator, HW-AV-LTE-M, Communicator

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